Why ‘Risk’ and Replace? Upgrade to Visual COBOL

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Jennifer Osborne, Luke Gill, Emer Duddy

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Join us for Why Rip and Replace? Save Time and Money by Upgrading to Visual COBOL Instead Any company considering a digital transformation programme has options. Sometimes, with the right profile, both application re-writing, or the rip and replace route are valid options. But both are expensive, risky, and mean losing unique, and valuable intellectual property. The third option is to upgrade trusted tech with innovative software that creates new value from your IT investments. We call this application modernization, or AppMod. AppMod―the webinar Application modernization really works. In this webinar, we discuss why, and how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the UK’s biggest public service department with around 20 million customers, transformed their business-critical infrastructure with Visual COBOL. Why upgrade? Aside from missing out on AppMod opportunities, note that Net Express, Server Express, or their compatible platforms may now be out of support. So, no more official patches, fixes, or security upgrades. Visual COBOL is at the heart of modernization, and available now. You'll hear a lot more on the webinar as well as chance to share your experience.
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